I don't think Simmons or Ingram is some kind of franchise savior. Simmons is a great fit as a 4 in the modern NBA though because he can guard inside and on the perimeter, rebound, handle the ball like a guard, and score inside. Even if he never develops a reliable jumper, he is still going to be a very valuable player. I see him as a better version of Draymond Green who can create offense on his own much better than Green.
This is Charlie Campbell's Tuesday 2012 Senior Bowl Prospect Meetings Report (North). Charlie is reporting live from Mobile, Ala., and he'll describe what he sees at practice and whom certain prospects talk to all week.
Here is a rundown of some of Tuesday's post-practice interviews between certain players and teams. Many of these interviews are scouts getting the players' number and scheduling longer interviews for later that night or another day.
Green Bay - Michigan defensive tackle Mike Martin
St. Louis - Michigan defensive tackle Mike Martin
Seattle - North Carolina State wide receiver T.J. Graham
Carolina - Appalachian State wide receiver Brian Quick and Ohio State wide receiver DeVier Posey
Cleveland - Appalachian State wide receiver Brian Quick and Michigan State quarterback Kirk Cousins
San Diego - Penn State offensive linemen Johnnie Troutman, Wisconsin quarterback Russell Wilson, Penn State defensive end Jack Crawford, Cal offensive lineman Michael Schwartz
San Francisco - Boise State running back Doug Martin and Utah State linebacker Bobby Wagner
Oakland - Nebraska linebacker Lavonte David
Baltimore - Nevada linebacker James-Michael Johnson, Wisconsin punter Brad Nortman, Wisconsin long-snapper Kyle Wojta, Missouri tight end Michael Egnew, Utah State linebacker Bobby Wagner, and Ohio State offensive tackle Mike Adams spoke with top scout Geoge Kokinis for quite some time.